Posts Tagged ‹Bosnia and Herzegovina

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Bosnia and Herzegovina between Negative and Positive Peace: View from the Local Level

The recent critical standpoint argues that the peace-building process in Bosnia and Herzegovina has not been successful since it has not achieved the state of broadly defined positive peace. According to this widespread opinion, the international peace-building policies have been formulated in terms of negative peace, and rather cemented the...
Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Consociational Electoral Engineering Revisited: Findings from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Does nationalism continue to determine elections in consociational political arrangements even long after the conflict? To examine the presumed reduction of nationalism in divided societies through consociationalism, this article tests the impact of ethnicity on the relative success of non-nationalist political parties. Using an original dataset from the local elections...

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